I’m sick

It was bound to happen. All winter I’ve been trying to aviod this, and up till now I’ve been successful. Not anymore. Yes, I am sick. The bug bit me hard. I’ve even skipped my daily crunches because I simply haven’t had the energy to do them. Crunches, people! You don’t need a whole lot of energy to do those.. I hate being sick, it feels like such a waste of time. I was hoping to log some good runs this week, but instead I’ve been forced to rest so I’ll get better again. As long as I’m not sick next month I’m happy.
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On the bright side we’ve had some pretty wonderful days filled with sun and warmer weather (so typical, getting sick when the weather is on it’s best) – which means the snow and ice is now melting like crazy.  Hopefully I can start running outside for all my runs very soon now. You have no idea how excited I am!
I did run on Tuesday, it wasn’t before later that evening I was starting to feel really bad. I went to the gym with my mom and we ran intervals for 50 minutes. It was HARD, but now I know it felt harder than normal because I was sick. I’m glad I got to run at least once this week.
On the previous post Cheryl left a comment with a really cool idea of doing a “guest interview” with my dad about his trip up Kilimanjaro. And because I loved the idea I’ll do it! If my dad is up for it of course (tss, I KNOW he is, why wouldn’t he?). But because I am really bad at coming up with questions I really hope some of you can help me with that. Kilimanjaro or the Safari, questions for both works!

Any questions for my dad?
What have you been doing this week?

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12 Thoughts on “I’m sick

  1. Sorry you have been sick – never fun to be tied down because your body isn’t up for something!!
    I will have to think about a question for your dad. I do hope he is taking lots of pictures that you can share here!!

  2. Oh no, sorry that you have been sick all week!

    BUT IS THAT YOUR PLANNER?!!! It’s so creative and …perfect! That little sticky note is so cute!

    I’d love to hear what the people were like, how the culture differed from what he’s used to, what foods he ate, what animals he saw and what his favorite part of the trip was!

  3. I am sorry you are sick! I know what you mean about feeling like it’s just a waste of time. Hope you have a speedy recovery… speedy like your intervals on the treadmill. 🙂

    I would love to hear about your dad’s hike! Will be looking out for that.

  4. Blegh, sorry you’re sick! Hopefully it passes soon!

  5. omg your planner.!! that is wayyyy too cute. I just about died from cuteness. At first I thought it was a pic from online until I saw the above comments.!

    Does your dad do a lot of traveling.? it sounds like your family in general does a lot.! ha well ask him what was something unique about Kilimanjaro or the Safari. ? 🙂 Like things most people don’t know. I love secret things, or finding hidden gems

    awe, I’m sorry to hear that you’ve been sick.! Hope you start feeking better soon, and get back to your running and crunches 🙂

  6. Your planner is so cute! I hope you are on the mend. Rest is smart 🙂
    Great job on the intervals! I can’t wait to read your interview.

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